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Monday, November 3, 2008

Google has made its clear ambitions with his 1st phone which is launched by Google with co-operation of HTC and will sell by the T-Mobile as T-Mobile G1. The mobile is touchscreen and has great features in the competition of iPhone 3G.

Android has been created by Andy Rubin who is the Google's director of mobile platforms. Mr Rubin says, "What Android enables for third party developers is the kind of programming we see on the Internet. What it enables is agility and rapid innovation and the same kind of innovation that happens on the Internet”. He announced that Android is a Open source operating system and with it developers have more freedom to innovate, and more scope also.

Andy Rubin also announce that Symbian and Microsoft also two companies that also build mobile operating systems and announced that the operating system which they have launched are also open. But Mr Rubin says the reality of that, “There's a distinction we have to make - and it's an important one - between open source and open APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). APIs are essentially documentation, they're the way that somebody like Symbian or Microsoft will allow third party developers to develop for their platform.” Mr. Rubin says all the things with news.bbc.co.uk in a interview.

There is now mobile like Google G1 who make you view Maps of street but the Google mobile shows the locations of real world. The Android is powred by 300Mhz chip according to Mr. Rubin.

In my previous post Android Source Code Released as Open Source I have also written a review of Android Open source. I think Android really will decide the future of Google mobile as Mr. Rubin is explaining.

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